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Les gardiennes

Les gardiennes is a movie starring Nathalie Baye, Laura Smet, and Iris Bry. Women are left behind to work a family farm during the Great War.

Other Titles
Suojelijat, As Guardiãs, 田園の守り人たち, Beskyddarna, Las guardianas, Los guardianes, The Guardians, Čuvarke, Vokterskene, Den'en no mamoribito-tachi, Vogterne
Running Time
2 hours 18 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
War, Drama
Xavier Beauvois
Xavier Beauvois, Frédérique Moreau, Ernest Pérochon, Marie-Julie Maille
Nathalie Baye, Iris Bry, Cyril Descours, Laura Smet
France, Belgium, Switzerland
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Women are left behind to work a family farm during the Great War.

Comments about war «Les gardiennes» (10)

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This is a movie that is both fascinating and frustrating. The movie starts off with a war that is depicted as being an absolute mess, but then turns into a more realistic depiction of the war in Lebanon. It is a bit of a slow start, but it does not detract from the story, it is just the way the movie is told. I thought the movie was great. It was a bit of a downer to see the main character, played by the always brilliant Jean Dujardin, being so young. The war in the movie is really portrayed as being like a soap opera, with the characters seeming to be only interested in fighting and winning. I did not find that to be the case. The movie does have some of the typical Hollywood cliches. The characters are very two dimensional and not very believable. But the movie does have a few things that are really impressive. I have not seen a movie that has had such a profound effect on me as this one. I have seen movies that are very realistic, but this one is really so realistic. I was moved by this movie. It is very moving and a very realistic portrayal of war.

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This film is really a good exploration of the social class divide. The director takes us through the life of two middle-class men, a father and a son, who are separated by social class and the difficulties of their different paths to the middle class. The film is very moving and full of human truths. I really recommend this film.

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Teresa E.

The movie is like a documentary on the war. But it has a very good pace. The movie has a very strong narrative, and it doesn't reveal too much of the events in the movie. The movie starts with the start of the war, and ends with the end of the war. It shows the various perspectives of the soldiers during the war. The movie is directed by a young director. I like his style of directing. The story is very strong. It is told from different perspectives. It is a very interesting movie. It is a must-see movie for anyone who wants to understand the war.

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Gary L.

I was slightly disappointed with the first film. The lack of a coherent plot, particularly in the second half, and the rather incoherent direction hurt the film. The second film was a lot more coherent. You got a better grasp of the characters and their motivations. The one saving grace of the second film was the filming. The editing was great. The film is shot with beautiful panoramas of the landscape. The cinematography was excellent. The score was also very good. I felt as though the first film lacked the structure of a story. I was wondering why things were happening. I felt that the second film was much more structured. The second film really expanded on the characters. The second film had a much better plot. I felt like I was following a movie, rather than watching a series of scenes. I liked the first film, but felt like I was missing something in the second film. The second film really did explain why things were happening. It also showed us why certain people were in the film. I really enjoyed the second film. I felt like the second film was much more consistent and comprehensible. It was not like the first film. The second film is a great film. I would highly recommend the second film. It really makes you appreciate the first film.

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Jacqueline H.

I have not seen many French films in my life, but I believe this one is the best of the bunch. Yes, there are lots of gory, graphic violence, but it is done with grace, and the acting is superb. There is also a touching scene with the grandmother. The director also creates a dreamlike atmosphere. The actors play their roles so well and the film makes you feel as if you are there. I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys movies with a sense of reality and the French way of life.

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Denise Delgado

I was really excited to see this movie, especially after reading the reviews. The first half of the movie is very good, the second half is a little too long, but I still think it's worth seeing. I think the movie has a good message and is very well done. I think it's a good movie to watch with a group of friends, and to watch with a partner, or even alone.

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Douglas D.

First of all, I'd like to say that this is not a movie. I've only seen the French version of the film, which is the version I saw when it was released, and I don't know how accurate it is. I don't know how accurate it is to American audiences. In the film, they interview some of the most influential people in the history of France. It was a rare treat to be able to hear them speak, and I'm pretty sure the entire cast (which includes a few stars, and not just actors) had the same experience. What they did not do was interview any of the actors (who had died, some years before the movie was released). If this was a movie, I would have not been surprised to see a lot of dialogue from the original. I would have expected to see a few lines of dialogue from the original, and a few lines from the version I saw. The main character, who was only mentioned in the original, is the director of the movie, Louis Althusser. This is a man who has been in the limelight for decades, but who died in a car accident, a few years before the movie was released. I don't know if this movie was made before or after the death of the director, but the ending is obviously very different from the ending in the original. I'm not sure if it's a problem with the original, or the fact that the director was also the editor of the movie. I don't know. It's a good movie, but the ending is very different. I hope someone else reviews this movie, because it's not very good, but it's still interesting to see it.

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Peter Vargas

A film which tells us the story of a group of ex-soldiers who resist the French occupation of Algeria in the early 60's. The story is about a village which grows on the land taken by the French, and the soldiers who return to their own country. It's the story of a father and son who are forced to leave their village and join the army. The story is told by a group of ex-soldiers who live in the village. The story is very well told, with a lot of beautiful images. The film also shows us the resistance that is still very strong in Algeria, and shows the resistance to the French occupation. The film is a bit slow, but not bad. There are many beautiful images in this film. The film is very well made, and it's a nice watch.

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Samuel G.

The first of a trilogy, this film is about the trial of a military trial of a French POW on a French POW camp. The story is quite well written and you really get a feel for what the camp is like. The acting is very good all around and they each do a great job. The direction is also great. The film isn't really for the squeamish or for people who are easily offended. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. The way that the film portrays the camp and the prisoners is really interesting. It really shows how cruel the French were during WW2. This is definitely a movie that I would recommend to anybody.

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Virginia G.

I had never heard of this film before I saw it in the movies, and it was a little over five years ago. Then I decided to watch it again. This film is not a comedy or a war film, but more of a drama about the lives of French citizens who were forced to do the war on France. The film is not about any one individual, but about the whole French society. What makes this film very interesting is the way the director uses the camera. The camera looks like a bird's eye view, and you can see the people's faces in the distance. The camera is very close to the people, almost to the point where you cannot see the faces of the people. This camera technique, combined with the very real and intimate feeling of the film, makes the film very personal, but also very universal. The film takes you on a journey of discovery, and you can feel the horror, the despair and the hope in all the characters. This is a very well made film, with an original script, and a superb direction. The film is about the French people and the way they react to the war. The film is very well written, and has a very profound story about the French people and the war. This film is not a comedy, and it does not try to be. It is a very deep drama about the French people, about their lives and the war, and about the time of the French Revolution.